Grappling with the “real politics” of systemic corruption: Theoretical debates versus “real‐world” functions

@article{Marquette2018GrapplingWT,
  title={Grappling with the “real politics” of systemic corruption: Theoretical debates versus “real‐world” functions},
  author={H. Marquette and C. Peiffer},
  journal={Governance},
  year={2018},
  volume={31},
  pages={499-514}
}
A growing body of research argues that anticorruption efforts fail because of a flawed theoretical foundation, where collective action theory is said to be a better lens for understanding corruption than the dominant principal–agent theory. We unpack this critique and advance several new arguments. First, the application of collective action theory to the issue of corruption has been, thus far, incomplete. Second, a collective action theory-based approach to corruption is in fact complementary… Expand
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